Alice in Legoland. Team Leader: Denise McBroom Team Members: Laura Guilfoyle, Shirley Hall, Peter Mlot, Theresa Hopkins, Nellie Matlock.
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Team Leader: Denise McBroom
Team Members: Laura Guilfoyle, Shirley Hall, Peter Mlot,
Theresa Hopkins, Nellie Matlock
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3. The Legos could also be used for symbolic representation of verbal commands to show sequencing, even in kindergarden. Also, snap cubes could be used to represent Legos or 1x1 binary codes which would be easier to manipulate for children in the primary grades. Snap cubes are inexpensive as well.